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Mental Health Services

No job is worth your mental health, but leaving your job is not always an immediate option. 

We recognize that, and we tailor our support services and our treatment programs to reflect the realities of today's employment landscape as well as the very real implications that these environments can have on your mental health. 

Our mental health treatment plans are tailored to the individual and covered by most major health insurances. 

As of August 1, 2024, psychiatric and therapy services will be available in Florida, Tennessee, California, Oregon, Michigan and North Carolina.


As of September 1, 2024, services will open in Texas, Arizona, New York, Washington and New Jersey. 

Insurance Coverage Starting August 1


How do mental health services work? 

When you request services

  • You fill out a quick questionnaire so we can verify your insurance benefits. 

  • We send you back an estimate of your costs for services and answer any questions that you have. 

  • We book you with a psychiatric clinician to do your initial evaluation. Everyone starts with medical care so they can do a full work up before starting you on a treatment plan. 

  • You are given your treatment plan with customized recommendation including medication management, psychotherapy and group support sessions. 

  • We support you throughout the process, adjust as necessary, and become a team for your recovery. 

What is psychiatry?

Psychiatry is the treatment of mental illness with a combination of medication, examination, interviewing, talk therapy and diagnostics. Not all patients who see a psychiatrist are prescribed medication. All LBee Health patients who enter a mental health treatment plan begin their care and treatment planning with a psychiatric provider. Some non-psychiatric diagnoses can cause psychiatric symptoms, so every patient gets a thorough workup before starting treatment. 

What is therapy?

There are many modalities of therapy, and you might participate in one or several with your therapist at LBee Health. Through therapy, you will spend time talking one-on-one with a licensed therapist or psychologist. A therapist can’t prescribe medication, but they use evidence-based therapy programs to help you develop skills for management of mental health symptoms and life situations. 

What We Treat

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Trauma Responses
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Postpartum Mental Illness
Mood Disorder
Bipolar Disorder
Panic Disorder
Coming Soon

Our Clinicians

Click on each clinician to learn more about them. 

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